With tag: gmp_cvps_merger
GMP, Union Make Single Deal
300 unionized workers and Green Mountain Power have reached a five-year labor
Analysis: Utility Merger Approved
VPR reporter, John Dillon updates Vermont Edition on the Public Service Board's decision that Green Mountain Power and Central Vermont Public Service may merge into one utility owned by Gaz Metro.
Brock Pushes Utility Refund
The Republican candidate for governor of Vermont is looking to make a campaign issue out of a demand
for $21 million in refunds for customers of Vermont's largest power company.
Campbell Hopes PSB Hears Senate Message
By Bob Kinzel
President Pro tem John Campbell says he hopes the Public Service Board has
gotten a clear message from the Legislature about the proposed merger of the
state's two largest utilities.
Lawmakers Continue To Debate Utility Merger
Vermont lawmakers continue to debate aspects of a proposed
utility merger. The debate is now bogging
down talks on both the state budget at an energy bill.
With End In Sight, Lawmakers Confer On Key Bills
last minute snags that could push the 2012 legislative session into next week, Vermont lawmakers are optimistic they'll be able to wrap up
their business for the year by this weekend.
Hopes Dim In Legislature For Merger Critics
The Vermont House is expected to vote later
this week on a measure that would intervene in the Public Service Board's
review of a proposed utility merger.
Utility Merger Proposal Goes To PSB
By John Dillon
A proposed merger between Vermont's
largest utilities is now in the hands of the Public Service Board. The board
received final briefs in the case on Monday.
Power Merger Critics Push For House Debate
This could be the climactic week in an effort
by some Vermont lawmakers to get the Legislature to intervene in the
proposed merger of Vermont's two largest electric utilities.
Speaker Allows Utility Merger Issue To Be Heard
By John Dillon
An effort to force the state's largest utility to refund money to customers when
it's sold is gaining some headway in the Statehouse. Backers of the legislation say they're pleased that House Speaker
Shap Smith has allowed hearings on the issue.